Reviewed By Mark S (Peoria, AZ) Reviewed for a 2007 Chevy Silverado —11/2/2017 7:40 AM
I love it!
Reviewed By Rueben K (HOULTON, ME) Reviewed for a 2010 Ford Ranger —10/27/2017 7:11 AM
Ranger Sport 4.0L 2wd 5spd man. I installed the jet Chip as the second part of an update to improve street driven performance, torque/power 1500-3000 rpm. This update along with a K&N 57-2561 have improved torque/power in the 1000 > 3000 rpm range for daily driving, light hauling and trailer towing. Acceleration through the gears has also improved. Gas mileage city/hwy 24 mpg, hwy only not yet checked.
Reviewed By Clint T (POLSON, MT) Reviewed for a 2017 Dodge Ram —9/14/2017 8:30 PM
This is a great little programmer to add a little more power, but even better to keep track of your truck's systems. To be honest I would have liked to have gone with the cts2 after getting this, as you can track even more systems at the same time. For me it's nice being able to set up safety parameters for your truck. Finally it comes with a pyrometer that is not needed on the 2017 ram Cummins as your truck already has one in there and this will access it.
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